ROSIE tells the story of a young indigenous girl who must live with her estranged aunt or face being placed in the foster care system.
Winners at the 2022 Canadian Screen Awards include Scarborough, Night Raiders, Drunken Birds, Wildhood, Learn to Swim, and Kímmapiiyipitssini.
Scarborough - an intimate look into the lives of three young kids from Toronto's East End - may break your heart but it's a showcase for resilience, love and community.
Drive My Car wins three TFCA Awards including Best Picture.
That Shelf's writers pick the best films of 2021, including The Power of the Dog, Summer of Soul, Dune, Flee, Pig, and The French Dispatch.
From '80s anthems in Scarborough and Spencer to Jamie Dornan & Caitriona Balfe's joyful dance in Belfast, TIFF 2021 had lots of memorable soundtrack moments. Here's our lookback.
Whether it's a movie with buzz, an indie with potential, or just something that makes our film-loving hearts flutter, here's what we're excited to see at TIFF 2021.
TIFF announces Discovery and Contemporary World Cinema programmes.
Here are ten 2020 film adaptations to read during social distancing before the movie theatres re-open.
Youngblood certainly still knows how to rile up a crowd, but is incredibly dated with its attitudes about our national pastime and particularly the violence that can erupt out of it.
Will O'Neill discusses the economy, his new game, and the social function of lying.
In celebration of The Breakfast Club's 30th Anniversary, Cineplex Front Row Centre Events is hosting screenings of the beloved film all across Canada on March 21 and 25. Enter our contest to win tickets!